North American birds shed their human names
The American Ornithological Society is renaming some 80 species
Q&A: A framework for ethics in wildlife management
In a society with competing views of wildlife, should managers be more explicit about the values at stake?
Warming Arctic may pose new risks to endangered right whales
Fishing boats and North Pacific right whales must share the narrow Bering Strait
Wildlife activities reach record high in U.S.
Americans spent nearly $400 billion on outdoor activities in 2022
Gray wolf recovery brings new management challenges
Scientists suggest creating zones for different types of gray wolf management
Watch: GPS helps track bears after rehab
California is using GPS collars on every black bear returned to the wild
WSB: Drones can help scare gulls away
Gulls can cause huge problems for wildlife managers in some cities. When they nest in large colonies near airports, these urban-adapted, roof-nesting birds pose a risk of collision with planes....
Mass bison kill in 1800s has lasting legacy on Indigenous people
Extirpation of bison from large parts of their former range affected more than the ecology
JWM: Corridors could ease elephant conflicts with Chinese farmers
A small elephant population is responsible for big problems